Review: Jomfru Ane Hotel

I recently went to Aalborg, Denmark and needed a place to stay. I didn’t know much about the city before going there, but I’m happy I collaborated with Hotel Jomfru Ane. Do you want to know why?


This 3-star hotel is located in the heart of Aalborg. Everything you will have to visit is located nearby. The hotel takes its name from the street it is located on (Jomfru Ane Gade). It’s probably one of the most famous streets in the world, Nelson Mandela used to go to the restaurants along this street!

Jomfru Ane Hotel is a medium-sized hotel with rooms on two floors. The rooms were renovated in 2013 and mirror the typical Danish minimalism.


There is a lounge where you can have breakfast between 6:30-10:00 during weekdays and between 8:00-10:30 on weekends. The lounge is open during the day and you can have free coffee or tea on the couches while watching TV or enjoying some of the most known and incredibly beautiful paintings by Ole Ahlberg, a local painter who is currently living and working in Copenhagen.

Breakfast includes a wide choice of products and drinks, both sweet and savory.

The staff was incredibly kind and they know the city very well, they were always ready to help and spoke at least two-three foreign languages.


If you want to book your next stay in a central location and clean hotel, then make sure to book your stay at Hotel Jomfru Ane. The official website is in English and Danish and has all the info you might need!

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